The boys continued to memorize a segment from Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
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Grammar Grab Bag:
I created a Valentine’s Day themed Grammar Grab Bag for this week’s language arts activities.
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First, we read this week’s spelling rule.
He thought of a word using this week’s spelling rule and built it on his spelling mat.
Afterwards, Parker used his spelling cards to practice writing his spelling rules.
The following day, Parker used his spelling cards to complete his spelling sentences.
Parker hunted around the room for the donut cards to match to each cup of cocoa.
Afterwards, Parker used his dot paints to match the rhyming words on his worksheet.
First, Parker watched an animated version of Click, Clack, Moo I Love You! on our Epic app.
Afterwards, I set out an onomatopoeia matching activity and had Parker match each word with it’s sound.
Afterwards, Parker completed the Onomatopoeia Match worksheet.
I added some special Valentine’s Day books on our reading shelf.
We read quite a few Valentine’s Day books this week.
Jordan created a travel brochure to accompany his California state report. We used hyperbole and alliteration as advertising techniques.
Parker used his notecards to begin typing his Idaho state report.
Parker continued to work through his TOPs electricity experiments.
I brought out our acrylic paints to continue painting the boys’ model solar system.
The boys painted Jupiter and Saturn. We set them aside to what charge is my phone at torpedo can’t turn on the fire ants from dry.
JUST FOR FUN:
Our Valentine’s Day fun started over the weekend with heart pancakes and continued through Monday!
We read about love and all that it is. We reminded each other that love forgives, is patient, isn’t selfish, and so much more!
We worked through our studies quickly do we could have a Valentine’s Day party in the afternoon.